Civil Justice Reform: An Overview
L1.  What should be considered before taking legal action [Sample court forms]
L2.  What should be noted about civil proceedings
L3.  What are the stages in a civil action
L4.  How to prepare for a hearing or trial
L5.  How is a trial or hearing conducted in court
L6.  What are Statements of Truth
L7.  How to shorten legal proceedings: Order 13A admissions in monetary claims
L8.  How to shorten legal proceedings: Sanctioned offers and sanctioned payments
L9.  How to apply for judicial review
L10.  How to appeal
L11.  What is taxation of costs
L12.  Civil Justice Reform: Transitional Arrangements
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FAQs on Resource Centre for Unrepresented Litigants Services & Facilities

Q1: Where can I get information about (i) Service of Summonses and Legal Documents, (ii) Execution of Court Orders/Judgments, (iii) Execution of Writ of Fieri Facias or Distraint Warrant, (iv) Execution of a Writ of Possession, (v) Standard and Suggestions?
Q2: Can I inquire on the Internet if there are any hearing fixed concerning my case in the High Court ?
Q3: Can I inquire on the Internet the daily causes lists of the High Court and the District Court ?
Q4: Can I get court forms on the Internet ?


Q1: Where can I get information about (i) Service of Summonses and Legal Documents, (ii) Execution of Court Orders/Judgments, (iii) Execution of Writ of Fieri Facias or Distraint Warrant, (iv) Execution of a Writ of Possession, (v) Standard and Suggestions?

A1: YES, click here to access.

Q2: Can I inquire on the Internet if there are any hearing fixed concerning my case in the High Court ?

A2: YES, click here to access.

Q3: Can I inquire on the Internet the daily causes lists of the High Court and the District Court ?

A3: YES, click here to access.

Q4: Can I get court forms on the Internet ?

A4: YES, click here to access.




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